When I’m on vacation, especially a girlfriends’ getaway, shopping is high on the list of things to do. In Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, the shopping is phenomenal! Boutique shopping is an experience in itself! Take a day to window shop — oh, who am I (more…)
Gulf anglers have a few less options now that red snapper and gray triggerfish seasons have closed, but one fighting fish still available is the greater amberjack, and that season is scheduled to stay open through Oct. 31.
Greater amberjack are one (more…)
Gulf Shores and Orange Beach are known for being a great family destination, but did you know this is also a great place for a romantic getaway? Besides long, lazy days at the beach and romantic, sunset strolls, the Alabama Gulf Coast has some amazing (more…)
When your family loves a destination, don’t the things you do become more than just vacay-fun? Don’t they become like family traditions?
Our family loves Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, and we return as often as possible. The family activities we cherish (more…)
What’s the recipe for a top travel destination? What makes a place one you want to visit for the first time and then keep coming back? Gulf Shores and Orange Beach is one of my top picks for a family beach vacation. White-sand beaches, southern hospitality, (more…)
The ideal itinerary for any mom on a getaway needs to include three essential things—time to relax, time for some fun, and time to take care of herself (instead of everyone else), and fortunately, Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, Alabama, provide plenty (more…)
Inshore anglers in Alabama have experienced an unusually spotty speckled trout bite this summer. Fortunately, one species has become a beacon of consistency during the summer heat – the drag-stripping, test-your-tackle redfish, especially those that reach (more…)
Just about every creature around is looking for a cooler place to hang out, and that includes one of Alabama’s favorite inshore gamefish species – the speckled trout, spotted seatrout if you’re a purist.
Speckled trout are typically ambush predators, (more…)